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Marine Torpilleur

Case
Steel
Bracelet strap
Leather
Buckle
Folding buckle
Waterproofness
50 m
Size
ø 42 mm
Thickness
11.10 mm
Movement
Self-winding mechanical
Power reserve: 60 h, 28800 variations / hours
Silicium escapement
Functions
Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date, Power reserve, Special escapement
Reference
1183-310/43
Year
2017
Collection
Marine
Price incl. VAT
6'900 CHF
Description

Marine Torpilleur - Ulysse Nardin

The Marine Torpilleur, a light, modern Marine timepiece for those who captain their own destiny.

In the 19th century, when explorers roamed the oceans, the pocket chronometer was the captain’s watch, a mark of his rank both on shore and off. Ulysse Nardin’s pocket chronometers were among the most coveted – prized by naval officers and merchant captains the world over. That vibrant marine history led to the creation of the iconic Marine Chronometer, the ultimate expression of technical performance and beautiful design.

Now comes a new generation chronometer, made for the modern era: the Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur. Named for the small, fast ships of that earlier era, whose agility ensured they easily outmaneuvered big-ger ships, this is a timepiece for contemporary explorers. A lighter, thinner version of the iconic Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronometer, the Marine Torpilleur is made for a young, less formal age.

It has dynamic appeal, certainly, yet is supported by generations of craftsmanship and performance that loyal customers know they can expect from the Swiss watchmaker. Like its inspiration, the Marine Chro-nometer, the Torpilleur is powered by the self-winding in-house UN-118 movement, and features the same 60-hour power reserve and proprietary Silicium anchor escapement. The Marine Torpilleur also comes C.O.S.C-certified, and meets the equally stringent standards that allow it to proudly bear the Ulys-se Nardin Performance Certificate.

Outstanding design is visible on the dial too, where the iconic features of the Marine collection are in evi-dence: the Roman numeral indexes, and the emblematic logo with its flash of red in “1846”. While the graceful hands possess the instantly recognizable shape of a Marine timepiece, they too are redesigned for the Marine Torpilleur. The small seconds at 6 o’clock encircles the date window, while the 60-hour power reserve indicator is at 12 o’clock.

A sign of refinement and modernity.  This is the new Marine Torpilleur. Initially launching in three different models, and two different dials, in stainless steel and 18 kt rose gold. The 42 mm stainless steel case with a blue dial and stainless steel bracelet. Screw-down security crown, sapphire crystals and water-resistance to 50 m.